LATEST EVENT: Texas abortion ban: what it means and what happens next
Last month, Texas implemented one of the most restrictive state laws on abortion in the country. In response, SRHM hosted a webinar where expert speakers discussed the Texas abortion ban, the strategies being pursued to stop its enforcement and the ban’s implications for sexual and reproductive health and rights in the US and beyond.
LATEST BLOG: Human rights and the fight against retrogression in the U.S.
In this new blog, Risa Kaufman, Director of U.S. Human Rights at the Center for Reproductive Rights, argues that as the United States faces significant retrogression in access to abortion, appeals to human rights and global norms are more than a rhetorical flourish.
NEW: Call for poetry on sexual and reproductive justice
SRHM is calling for poems for a special collection to be published on our website. An event will also be held on Human Rights Day (December 10) where selected poets will be invited to talk about gender, sexual and reproductive health and rights through their poetry. The deadline to participate is October 31, 2021.
LATEST EPISODE: The effectiveness of self-managed abortion using misoprostol alone
In this episode, Dr. Ruvani Jayaweera is in conversation with her colleagues Dr. Heidi Moseson, Ijeoma Egwuatu, and Ika Ayu Kristiangrum about recent research from the SAFE study on the effectiveness of self-managed abortion using misoprostol alone. The podcast is available on all major channels including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, and Spotify.